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Munitions industry : hearings before the Special Committee Investigating the Munitions Industry, United States Senate, Seventy-third [-Seventy-fourth] Congress, pursuant to S. Res. 206, a resolution to make certain investigations concerning the manufacture and sale of arms and other war munitions


Published 1934
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Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark, presiding, Dec. 6, 1934; James P. Pope, presiding, Feb. 17-18, 1936

pt. 1. September 4-6, 1934. Electric Boat Co. -- pt. 2. September 7, 1934. Driggs Ordnance & Engineering Co. -- pt. 3. September 7 and 10, 1934. American Armament Corporation -- pt. 4. September 10-12, 1934. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- pt. 5. September 12-14, 1934. E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. -- pt. 6. September 17 and 18, 1934. Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co. and United Aircraft Exports, Inc. -- pt. 7. September 18-20, 1934. Federal Laboratories, Inc. -- pt. 8. September 20,21, 1934. Lake Erie Chemical Co. and U.S. Ordnance Engineers -- pt. 9. December 4 and 5, 1934. International munitions control -- pt. 10. December 5 and 6, 1934. Embargoes -- pt. 11. December 6,7, and 10, 1934. Chemical preparations following the war and interchange of military information -- pt. 12. December 11 and 12, 1934. Relationship of munitions makers to the government; international connections in the chemical industry -- pt. 13. December 13, 1934. Profiteering, government contracts and expenditures during World War, including Old Hickory contract -- pt. 14. December 14, 1934. Old Hickory contract (continued) -- pt. 15. December 17 and 18, 1934. Old Hickory contract (continued) and industrial organization in war ... pt. 16. December 19, 1934. Industrial organization in war (continued); examples in World War and plans for next war -- pt. 17. December 20 and 21, 1934. Industrial organization in war (concluded); examples in World War and plans for next war -- pt. 18. January 21-25,29,30, and 31, 1935. Naval shipbuilding; New York Shipbuilding Corporation. -- pt. 19. February 1,4-7, and 11, 1935. Naval shipbuilding; New York Shipbuilding Corporation (concluded) -- pt. 20 February 12-15, 18-21, 1935. Naval shipbuilding; Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company -- pt. 21. February 22, 25-28, and March 12-15, 1935. Naval shipbuilding; Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation ... --pt. 22. March 19-21, 28-29, 1935. Limitation of war profits; wartime taxation and price control -- pt. 23. April 1-5, 1935. Naval Shipbuilding; Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Bath Iron Works Corp., Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., United Dry Docks, Inc. -- pt. 24. Limitation of war profits and naval shipbuilding -- pt. 25. January 7 and 8, 1936. World War financing and United States industrial expansion, 1914-1915; J.P. Morgan & Company -- pt. 26. January 9 and 10, 1936. World War financing and United States industrial expansion, 1915 -- pt. 27. January 13 and 14, 1936. World War financing 1915; neutrality 1914-1917; J.P. Morgan & Company -- pt. 28. January 15 and 16, 1936. Neutrality 1914-17; World War financing 1916 -- pt. 29. February 4 and 5, 1936. Allied financing in the United States, 1917-1923; J.P. Morgan & Company -- pt. 30. February 6, 1936. Exhibits on wartime and post-war financing, 1914-1923 -- pt. 31. February 6, 1936. Exhibits on wartime and post-war financing, 1914-1923 (Continued) -- pt. 32. Februrary 6, 1936. Exhibits on wartime and post-war financing, 1914-1923 (Continued) -- pt. 33. Februrary 6, 1936. Exhibits on wartime and post-war financing, 1914-1923 (Continued) -- pt. 34. Exhibits on wartime and post-war financing, 1914-1923 (Continued) -- pt. 35. February 6, 1936. Exhibits on wartime and post-war financing, 1914-1923 (Concluded) -- pt. 36. February 6,7, and 10, 1936. Government manufacture of munitions; report of Interstate Commerce Commission ... -- pt. 37. February 11, 1936. Army Ordnance Association and Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company -- pt. 38. February 17-19, 1936. Sao Paulo, Brazil, revolt, 1932 and Disposal of surplus and obsolete government war materials -- pt. 39. February 20, 1936. Disposal of surplus and obsolete government war materials and international working arrangements between munitions companies; Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Douglas Aircraft Co., Boeing Aircraft Co. -- pt. 40. Index


Volume pts.7-10
Publisher Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
Pages 824
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number 39999063137689
Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation and Omidyar Network
Book contributor Boston Public Library
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